Excellent Food, excellent value
We received a 5pm gift voucher from my son for our anniversary. We chose the Chateaubriand deal for two from Bo'Vine as I pass this restaurant all the time have always wanted to try it. We paid £35.00 for the Big Deal and it was worth every penny. Let me just say they were very prepared for our safety with sanitizers, distancing & online menu's via an easy to use QR code. The steak was cooked to a perfect medium rare and the chips were to die for! I had the Burrata and asparagus, perhaps a little more dressing would be nice on this but apart from this it was delicious. My husband had the haggis bon bons (which he has often) and said they were up there with the best he's had. We washed all this down with a bottle of house red which was a lovely Merlot. The staff, the service & the ambience was second to none and you would never think we were on a voucher scheme. A great deal which we will be buying again & recommending to friends.
Such fantastic value for money. The food was brilliant and we got some extra sides too. Service was wonderful, would definitely go again.
Stylish Byres Road steakhouse restaurant
Bo’Vine is a steakhouse restaurant at the top of Byres Road in Glasgow’s leafy West End. The restaurant decor is fairly informal with cow hide wall covers, inviting leather seats and big Chesterfield sofas. With quality local produce such as 28 day aged, grass fed Scottish beef, meat is undoubtedly the star of Bo’Vine. Attention to detail doesn’t end at the menu, however, as the restaurant also boasts an extensive list of carefully selected wines to complement your meal.
Scottish cuisine & a carnivore’s delight
Although beef may seem to take pride of place at Bo’Vine (well, maybe it does), there are vegetarian options too, along with a variety of dishes that make the most of other fine Scottish ingredients. Some examples include the Stornoway black pudding salad with poached egg and arran mustard dressing, the pan roast chicken with gratin potato, Toulouse sausage & white bean cassoulet, and the indulgent Bo’Vine beef burger on a brioche bun with smoked arran cheddar, red onion jam and triple cooked chips.
Steak lovers will enjoy perusing the choice of cuts and may find themselves tempted by ‘surf ‘n turf’ option to add Peri Peri tiger prawns to their order.
Accessible from Byres Road
Bo’Vine is part of the Hilton Glasgow Grosvenor hotel in the West End and is a stone’s throw from the Botanic Gardens. Hillhead Subway station, bus stops and taxi ranks are all a short walk from the restaurant, with limited on street parking nearby.